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Someone I Touched (1975)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 26 February 1975
A woman learns that her husband has been unfaithful and that he has acquired a venereal disease. Then she learns that, after years of trying, she is finally pregnant.

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(teleplay) (as James Henerson), (story) (as Patricia Winter) | 1 more credit »
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Laura Hyatt
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Sam Hyatt
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Carrie
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Frank Berlin (as Andy Robinson)
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Jean
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Enid
Peggy Feury ...
Dr. Klemperer
Fred Sadoff ...
Phil
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Frank
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Paul Wrightwood
Cynthia Hoppenfeld ...
Bess (as Cynthia Towne)
Richard Guthrie ...
Eddie
John Dullaghan ...
Second A.D.
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Shopper
Bryan Englund ...
Boy
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A woman learns that her husband has been unfaithful and that he has acquired a venereal disease. Then she learns that, after years of trying, she is finally pregnant.

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The Powerful Story of Four People Whose Carefree Love Led to a Terrifying Epidemic!

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Drama

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Not Rated
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26 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Qualcuno che ho toccato  »

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1.33 : 1
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Someone I Touched
Music and Lyrics by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn
Sung by Cloris Leachman
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An unusual topic--even for a TV movie-of-the-week--but the plot itself is pure soap
12 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Cloris Leachman, wire-drawn and over-anxious (but with glossy, flowing blonde hair), plays a somewhat-unhappily married woman in her 30s who learns she's four months pregnant...but the fetus may in danger after Leachman's husband discloses he had a fling with a 20-year-old cashier and contracted syphilis. Non-exploitative TV movie doesn't delve at all in the treatment involved; it does, however, include the usual statistics which come with the territory (here, the VD numbers arrive courtesy of a polite County Health Department worker, who keeps popping up like a detective-saint). As Cloris's husband, James Olson is so angst-ridden that one begins focusing on the throbbing veins in his temples rather than on his performance, but Kenneth Mars (Leachman's co-star the year prior in "Young Frankenstein") is solid in a surprising dramatic role that adds a much-needed twist to the story.


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